The 2018 Toyota Camry offers major changes from prior models — a difficult feat, considering prior models were pretty impressive. It also expands the Camry brand into different realms, including sportiness — something Toyota has tried to do before and failed. Autotrader’s executive editor, Brian Moody, calls it a "Camry with attitude," and notes the car won him over after some initial skepticism over whether or not Toyota could really create a sporty Camry. Our managing editor, Tara Trompeter, says "Toyota is taking risks, and we like it." Admittedly, the new Camry isn’t just sporty and bold — it’s also still the same reliable, roomy sedan that’s always been highly popular in the United States. It’s priced reasonably to compete with rivals, with a starting price of around $24,500. But it just happens to be a little more enticing than prior versions.